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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
. FttOM AND AlfTEtt OCTOBER 1. 18D2.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu.. .0:10 8:46 1:15 4:33t
Arrivo Honoulluli.7:20 0:57 2;57 C:35t
Lcavo HonoulluU..7:S0 10:43 3:43 5:42
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 0:50f
Pearl City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:18$ ....
Lcavo Pearl 0ity..u:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30?
Sundays excopted. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxecptcd.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
by o. J. LYONS.
- It si g Us i I
p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
Mon. 0 8 65 0 50 2 0 30 6 M 5 M 11 U
Tuns. 7925735235230635554 ....
Wed. 8 11 0 8 15 3 0 3 40 0 35 5 54 0 5
Thing. 9 11 50 10 0 3 55 6 10 0 34 5 SS 0 Gli
I'll. 10 .... 12 0 4 30 7 0 0 34 5 55 1 50
Sat. 11 1 0 1 30 5 40 8 30 G 33 5 50 2 44
Bun. 12 1 25 1 45 0 10 U 20 0 33 5 50, 3 40
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LOOAI. AND GENERAL
Diamond Honu, a p. m,
hazy. Wind, light south.
Mr. J. M. Vivas has boon appoint
ed a notary public for tho first Judi
A. Pornandoz offers tho cottago
lately occupiod by M. S. Levy, on
King stroot, to lot.
Hou. S. M. Damon has boon ap
pointed Vico-Prosidout of tho Pro
Last Quarter of tho Moon on tho 8th at Oh.
Time Whlstlo blows at lh. 2Sm. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tho same us lah. 0m.
Oa. p.m. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
. MONDAY, FEB. 6', 1893.
Sukday, Feb. 5.
Schr Aloha, Dabel, 18 days from San
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Lehun from Maui
Monday, Feb. C.
Schr ICauikcaonli front Hamakua
Thoro woro uino arrests for drunk
onnoss botwoon Saturday night and
Monday morning inclusive
Tho Pioneer Building & Loan As
sociation will moot this evening at
tho regular timo and placo.
Tho woathor prophet says (hat it
will chaugo from stornvy to fine
woathor on Wednesday next.
Koakamai. arrested yesterday for
disturbing tho poaco, was fined $2
and costs in tho District Court to
day. Tho heavy rainstorm of yesterday
did considerable damage to tho rico
fields and vogotablo gardous at Wai-kiki.
Yip Young pleaded guilty of
opium smoking in tho District Court
this morning und was sontoncod to
pay a fino of $50.
Tho party to whom W. C. King
loaned a book on drumming will con
fer a favor by leaving tho samo at
King Bros.' store.
On Wednesday there will bo a
tjhaugo in the moon tho last quar
ter, when it is also hoped thoro will
bo a change in tho woathor.
It is roportod that Mr. C. W. Ash
ford, under tho heading of "Brief
lots," will bocomo a rogular contri
butor to tho Daily Hawaii Holomua.
A pioco of wator-proof cloth tack
ed up to represent a basin, with gold
fish swimming in tho wator it con
tains, is ou oxuibition in Mr., Roth's
Kilipaka was arrested on Satur
day for tho alleged theft of two
gold watches valued at $125, tho
property af a Chinaman. Ho will
appear for trial to-morrow morning.
It is possiblo that the It. M. S.
Mariposa will arrivo before tho
Claudius from Sau Francisco. Tho
Mariposa will bo duo on Friday
Monday, Feb. 0.
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
lein, Kalmku and Punaluu.
Stmr J A Onmmins for Koolau
Stmr O It Bishop for Kahuku
Stmr Likelike for Kahulai
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Stnn Mokolii for Molokai
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Waialeale for Lahaina and Hama
kua Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lehua for Hamakua
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua and Waianae
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Mikahala 5194 bags sugar, 95 bdls
hides and 35 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr J A Cummins 1350 bags sugar.
Per stmr Mokolii 100 sheep.
Per stmr Lehua 2500 bags sugar.
The poundmastor has a notice in
to-day's issue notifying tho owners
of certain hoifors, horses and maros
impounded to claim ownership or
tho animals will bo sold on the 18th
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
Woman's Board, at Central Union
Church, to-morrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. Loavitt will address
the mooting. Tho Executive Com
mittoo moots at 2 o'clock.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 5
Mr Hickey, H Schultz, Chung Hoy, E O
Hicks and 19 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USB Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
due Feb 9
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bkO D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bktno S G Wilder, Griffiths, from San
Francisco, due Feb 6th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW '
Am 4-mstd tchr Puritan, from Xowcastle,
Gor bark H Haokfeld from Liverpool, now
Hawbk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
Vessels in Fort.
Am Bhip Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
H I J M S Kono, Tashiro, from San
UBS Boston. AViltso, from Hilo
Brit bk Scottish AVizard, from Nowcastlo.
Bktno Hilo, Ballistor, from Newcastle,
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, 4-masted schooner .Carrier Dove from Na
naimo Am bktno J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Frun
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Francisco
Tho steamer Kllaueft Hou, which has
been on the Marine Railway for the past
week undergoing repairs ou her bow, may
be launched Wednesday.
The schooner Kaui'rfeouli arrived thin
morning from Hamakua and reports a
rough passage along tho const.
The steamer Llkoliko 1b expected to mako
two trips this week to Maui. Shu is sched
uled to return on Friday.
Tho schooner Mahimahi, formerly tho
steamer Akamui, has boon overhauled and
presents a much improved appearance.
She will leavo to-morrow, and ovory suo
ccedingTuesday, for Waianae and Waialua,
in command of Capt. Brown, formerly of
The four-masted schooner Aloha, Capt.
Dabel, arrived yesterday, WA days from
San Francisco, with a general cargo. She
dockcdO.lt. it L. Co.'h wharf. Captain
Dabel had no littio trouble before leaving
Sau Francisco in shipping a crow of noil
union men. She lias a deckload of hogs.
BANNISTEU.-At Kulihl, Honolulu, Fein
5. 18U3, tho son of Andrew T. and Caro
line 11. Bannister.
Tho weather to-day was sultry
and uncomfortable. As a lady re
marked on tho street, "It is particu
larly nasty weather." 'Twas over
thus. No woathor this side of heaven
will suit grumbling human nature.
Mr. J. M. Vivas has requested the
Bulletin to deny the statement that
tho election of officers of the Port
uguese .benevolent bociety, previous
to the last ono, was declared null
and void, as he says that tho officers
Akana, a Chinese hackman, was
fined $1 and $1 costs by District
Magistrate Foster this morning, for
violating carriage regulations. An
other Chinese Jehu was arrested
this morning for leaving his hack
without a guardian.
Tho largo fish-pond at the corner
of Liliha and King streets, Palama,
overflowed yesterday and the fish
got into tho quarry on the makai
side of tho street, where thoro was
about two foot oi-wator. This morn
ing the Chinese commenced fishing
for them to restore them to thoir
Tho two Chinamen arrested on
Saturday by patrolman Walker
pleaded guilty in tho District Court
this morning to stealing chickens
and woro sontoncod each to ono year's
imprisonment at hard labor. Tho
poor follows, instead of having a
big feast of fowl on thoir Now
Year'sj will have to colobrato tho
event in jail.
Hoot Beer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved nt once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotol. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 5J and 01 Hotol
street.. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Opening of tho First Term Ever
Held of tho Circuit Court of
On Wodnosdny, January -1. 1893.
tho two Judges of tho newly created
Circuit Court of tho First Judicial
Circuit, with jurisdiction ovor tho
Island of Oahu, woro installed with
intorosting coromonios in presence
of tho Justices of tho Supromo
Court. This morning witnessed the
oponing of tho first jury term ovor
hold by tho now tribunal.
On tho bench with Judgo Whiting,
who presides at tho torin. sat his col
league, Judgo Froar. Chiof-Justico
Judd and First Associato Justico
Bickortou of tho Supromo Court, ac
companied by Hon. Sanford B.
Dole, President of tho Provisional
Government, and Hon. P. C. Jonos,
Minister of Financo. ontorod at tho
oponing hour, 10 o clock, and took
seats on tho floor of the court room
with the members of tho bar.
Tho Court opened in tho upstairs
court room of tho government build
ing, as the main court room on tho
ground floor is occupied by tho Uni
ted Statos marines on guard for the
Protectorate. Thoro was a largo at-
tondanco of tho gonoral public, na
tives predominating probably bo
causo Hawaiian jury cases are first
to bo tried, Mombors of the bar in
attondanco woro tho following: Hon.
Win. O. Smith, Attoruoy-Gonoral,
Messrs. A. M. Brown, Deputy Attor-ney-Gouoral,
ox-Justico A. S. Hart
woll, ox-Attornoys-Gonoral A. Eosa,
J. L. Kaulukou, C. W. Ash ford, A. P.
Peterson and Ohas. Croighton; W.
C. Achi, J. A. Magoon, E. Johnson,
H. E. Coopor, J. K. Kahookano, S.
K. Ka-no, J. M. Kanoakua, Jos. Na
wahi, J. K. Kaulia, A. Kauhi and A.
Officers of tho Court irosont woro:
Mr. Frod. Wuudonborg, clerk; Mr.
W. L. Wilcox; Hawaiian interpreter;
Mr. J. M. Vivas, Portuguoso inter
preter; Mr. Li Cheong, Chinese inter
preter; Mr. J. W. Jonos, stenogra
pher and Capt. W. Fohlbohr, crier.
Judgo Whiting began proceedings
of tho term without ceremony. Tho
cnlondar was called off to ascertain
tho readiness or otherwise of coun
sel for trial of their respective casos
when reached in rogular ordor.
Lui Opunui, charged with hood
loss driving, forfeited his bail on ap
peal from tho District Court. Ka
ulukou for defendant.
Mr. Kaulukou reported that his
client, Kanakaokai alias Kalauola,
who appealed from conviction in
tho District Court for maintaining a
lottery scheme, had withdrawn his
appeal and was working on tho
roads for tho Government.
Immediately after recess a Hawai
ian jurj' was drawn and sworn with
out challenge on eithor side, to try
The Quoon vs. Kaloa, appealed from
District Uourt on couviction lor as
sault and battery. Deputy Attor-noy-Goueral
Brown conducts tho
case for tho Government, it being
his maiden effort as public prosecu
tor. Kaulukou for defendant a
burly native chargod with assault
ing a potito Chineso woman. Tho
prosecuting witness was tho first to
take tho stand, making a picturosquo
figure in brilliant blue costumo of
tho Flowory Kingdom. Her evi
dence given in Chinoso was tossed
ovor by Interpreter Cheong in Eng
lish to Interpreter Wilcox, who dis
charged it at tho jury in tho musical
Hawaiian vernacular. At 3:15 the
jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
The Queen vs. Lukola Kaaimauu.
Felonious branding. Appeal from
Koolauloa District Court. S. K.
Kano for defendant. Still on.
Bandmaster Borger Batoning to Bo
Prof. H. Borgor, loader of tho do
funct Hawaiian band, began instruc
ting a band of Portuguoso musicians
to succood tho old band on Thursday
morning at tho Barracks. D. K. Na
ono, Robort Knpua and two Portu
guoso of tho old band, having taken
tho oath of allegiance, mo connect
ed with tho now band. Sovoral hnvo
boon dismissed thus far for lack of
competence to learn. Tho now band
consists of about twenty mombors,
and, although progress is slow, it is
oxpoctcd concerts will bo given in a
couple of weeks.
Tho former bandboys state that
they had no objection to taking tho
oath, but wanted an understanding
about pay for playing at privato
housos, otc. It will bo remembered
thoy made a stand on this account,
aftor thoir wagos woro cut down by
tho Legislature, before tho revolu
Mortuary Roport for January.
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5 to 10 .
10 to 20 .
20 to 30
30 to 40 .
40 to 50 .
50 to 00 .
(X) to 70 .
Over 70 .
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Consumption . .
. ill I Jan
Inanition . . . .
Old Age ,
Wardn J 1 , 2 ,
Deaths I 0 i II
3 4 ' 5 Outside
Annual dentil rate per 1000 per month. 19.83
All others 5.14
(!. W. C. Jonhs,
Agent Board of Health.
" I have been afflict-"edwithbiliousncs9
" for fifteen years:
" first one and then
" another prepara
tion was suggested
" tome and tried but
"to no purpose. At last a friend
" recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, relic v
" ing me of those disagreeable
" stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
" caiiuot describe the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has jiven me n new
" lease of life, which before was a
" burden. Such a medicine is a beu
" efaction to humanity, and its good
"wonderful nier- Jesso Barkor,
"its should be . t
"made known to Prlntor,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
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Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHK FOLLOWING NKW STATIONS
JL have been added to the list of sub
scribers since issuing tho last rnrd. Sub
scribers will please mako cliangi-acvoid-ingly
and add the samo to their lis,t:
10 Alton .t Uobinson (Coal Yarl)
90-I.evy, il. S.
149 Palace Ico Cream Parlors
llli idetuann Carl, res
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Ounanalns' Bloolt, Fort Stroot.'
No. 1 of Vol. VI. of the Paradise
of the Pacific marks tho passage of
this point in its career by a chaugo
of form. Tho sizo of pages has
been reduced and thoir number in
creased to 10. With a tastoful covor
addod and tho paper wiro-stitched,
tho on tiro result is that of much in
creased noatnoss. In the reading
matter sovoral now features have
boon introduced." and, if our local
writers would only como up to tho
editor's help with .contributions, this
poriodical might bo inado of intense
national interest. Mr. Atkinson, In-spector-Goiioral
of Schools, does his
part in tho regard indicated, in tho
present number, by a poem in rathor
striking style, entitled, "A Tropic
174 Kngiue House No. o.
l&'S Monsarrat. W. T., V. S
1S7 Kaulu'a, H. res
i, Vjiiang jvim, res
257 Ijxu Wai (Chinovo Theatre)
201 Wallace, Ohas. res
258 Japanese Consul-Oeneral
3'l Moie, Kolit. ros
330 King St. Hack Stand
IIW King St. Hack Stand Stables
.'ImI Circuit Court (Arion Hall)
!l!)i Doo Kim. n
109 Kon-go, H. I. J. M. Ship
K!2 WodehouM-, Jr., J. 11. res
403 Phillips, M. res
lil-J Nawaakoa, Oco.
47(1 Wong Tai Poon, (Chino-c Theatre)
4t3 Kvans, T. K. res
llll Muhcloun, Mrs. Sam. res
500 Colhurn, J. V. (Pearl City)
537 Ituid, H. I', res
511 Japanese Store, King street
570 Mnhuulu, A. S. res
SSI Iliplev, C. 11. ros
Bad Itobello. V, J.
5t Naka, T.
OKI Ashley, W. O. res
(178 Leslie, V. L. res
70S Camp lloston.
LiJ' i - . '" "
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
c. o. nr.uoKi:,
1, 1803. OI2-3t
Don't neulect vour colds
I when you can tret a vear's orotec-
tion for so cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
From Senior Surgeon to
nib central I.nm1'"' toi..vii, oc, car
IIoiltal, London, Enc : "Inhali'd
.MciuaoicuecKsui a manner naruiy
less than marvelous acute colds In
llio head. I prescribe Cuslmian's
Menthol Inhaler to tho oxtcnt o
-i'. u. viiti unyii, Koma.
Ins. N. Y.: "Tho HIcntlu.1 Inhaler
Ih the Rieati'Ft remedy for olearlnc
the liciicl of u cold that lever saw."
Norton A. Hmltli. Peru.
Ohio: "Ilavo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but never
loimiinnyiliinuint gavome relict
until I iKjuehtyour Menthol Inhaler.
it, worKS iiko a cnarm."
Its neat, clean, pleasant to
use, convenient to carry, costs
jo cents and lasts a year. A trial would
Beware oi counterfeits.
xi. d. cusmr.VN,
Three Stivers, ailCUlKfiu.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
Latest News Itemizod.
Countorfoit bills of tho denomina
tion of fives, tons and twenties of tho
Into Confederate States of America
nro being used by tho groou goods
mon iu Ottawa, Out. One Canadian
juvostod $000 iu tho ouriositioa,
A Pecuniary Poom.
O roses, beautiful roses,
Hoses ho soon to lie dead,
A wealth of aroma ropoj.es
liiHldo your petals so red.
You tempt mo to buy you and send
To sister, sweetheart and cousin.
O roses for which I expend
Just $21 ii doen.
,.f W..-0,..., Til
', ii iiuim, in
Josojin v. Dory
was troubled with
tried a number of different remedies,
but huvs noiio of them soomod to do
Tiim any good, but dually ho got
hold of ono that spoedily eured.him.
Ho was much pleased with it, and
folt sure that others similarly alliict
ed would liko to know what the
roiuody was that cured him. Ho states
for tho benefit of tho public that it
is called Chamborlain'ri Pain Halm.
For salo by nil donlors. Bonson,
Smith tc Co., AgeutH for tho Hawai
Subioribe fur the J)a(ly HuUetin, CO
ccntt ftr month,
Came Near Prowninrr.
During yostorday afternoon's
storm, floods from Punchbowl slopes
flowed with such force as to swell
tho Pauoa stream to within a few
inchos of its banks. While a native
boy named Wohilani, of about ton
years of ago, was watching tho flood
in a ditch along Punchbowl stroot
near tho bridge, tho stono ho was
standing on loosened and ho slipped
into tho ditch and was carried to
within a few foot of tho swollen
stream, where ho was hold by a
wator pipo until released by Julian,
a JL'ortuguoso lad. liosulos uomg
torribly sliakon up ho sustained a
slight bruise on tho back caused by
coming in contact with tho wator
A Chinoso Prowler.
A Chinoso tinsmith owning a store
near the King street bridge missed
an oil stove, sovoral pans valued at
$8 and a hat and shoo, on Saturda'
morning. Enquiry among his coun
trymen elicited tho fact that Ah
Toy was seen on tho promises on
rnuay uigui ami wiiun uccusiuu
made n break as if guilty of somo
misdemeanor. All Loy was conse
quently arrested for the thoft of tho
articles named. Ho was tried in tho
District Court this morning, but tho
chargo could not bo proved, and tho
case wa3 dismissed. Another chargo
was substituted, viz., being found on
tho promises without lawful excuse.
It was brioflv stated in Saturday's
issue that tho Bishop Estate had
bought tho land on Emma street in
volved in tho suit for partition of R.
W. Aylett vs. Kuhiau et al. Mr.
Chns. L. Hopkins, Commissioner of
tho Court, was tho intermediary
agont in tho salo, having boon ap
pointed tho previous day. Tho land
was sold at tho minimum price order
ed by tho Court, (XX. Judgo
Whiting confirmed tho salo and
ordoretl a division of tho proceeds as
follows: SM70.82 to R. W. Aylott,
Sl'lWUia to Augoliuo Kuhiau and
three others, and SlTI.'i for ex
A halo old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, III., who is ovor
m years of ago, says: "1 hnvo iu iny
timo tried n great many medicines,
homo of excellent quality; but never
before did 1 find any that would no
completely do all that is claimed for
it im niwiinhorlnin'rt ColicT Cholera
nnd Diafrhd'a Remedy. It is truly
a wonderful medicine. ' For sale by
nil donlorri. ISeusoii, Smith A; Co.,
Agents tor tho lluwuiiau Islands,
ELECTION" OF OFFICERS.
T A MKBTINO OF THH- POKTU-
gneso Mutual Ilenovolent bociety oi
Hawaii at their Hull, on the 22d of Jan
uary, the Election of Olllcers for the cur
rent year held on tho 8th of January and
since advertised, was declared void and a
now olection ordered oti the 2!)th of Jan
uary; at said election on the 20th of Jan
uary, the following officers were duly
elected to serve for the current year:
Rabbits aro becoming troublosomo
in somo parts of Kansas.
Tho Mississippi is shallower than
it has beon boforo since 1850.
Thodobtof Canada is $211,1:11,-
000. It has inoroasod in tho. past
fivo j-oars ovor 85,000,000.
An'othor murder at Greenville,
Miss., supplies tho ninth murdoror
to bo triod at tho present torm of
Tho total valuo of farm .products
of Illinois for 1892 was Sl'Ju.OOO.OOO,
a docroaso from tho year previous of
It is ostimntod that tho divorce
business is worth half a million dol
lars a year in cash from outsiders in
There is groat suffering in St.
Mary's, Ohio, tho natural gas supply
having completely given out. The
woathor is intensely cold.
A man who lives near Carthago,
Missouri, was lately attacked and
nearly killed by a couplo of largo
m m m
"Farewell to All My Greatness."
A postmaster in Iowa rocontly
sent tho following pathetic resigna
tion to tho Postmaster-General: "I
hnvo had tho honor and ploasuro to
rocoivo tho mail from Kookuk by
moans of horseback, afoot, my own
wagon, and finally from tho railroad
train from tho days of Lincoln to
Harrison. I have distributed tho
samo to Irish, German, Englihh.
Scotch, Swedes, Norwegians and
Dane and Dutch, creditably, 1 be
lieve, to tho Government, and satis
factorily to tho Republicans, Demo
crats, Grangers, Greonbackors, Pro
hibitionists, and lastly, to tho Alli
nncors, or I would hnvo long since
lost my head. Good-by, Uncle Sam,
for I must now leavo your sorvico."
P. A. Dias
A. F. Medeiros.. .
J. P. Dias
IIOAIU) OF milECTOKS.
A. Gonsalvcs, F. F. Braneo, J. P.
rigues, A. C. Pestana, J. J. Cabra
Fort. Street, - - - Honolulu., H. I..
no Ann or auditors.
O. Tcnjeira, M. Nunc", T. K. Tran
guada, J. (1. Silva, J. A. (lonsalves.
M. G. SILVA,
IP OX I
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In iiuautities to suit privato families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT. & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Alakea sts.
BUILDERS HARDWARE general
Always up to tho times in Quality, Styles and Prices.
A full Assortment to Suit the Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, J,a"xl1Wurk
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOKS, KHOVRI.S, FOIIKS, MATTOCKS, KTC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
.SCI!i:V 1M.ATES, TAPS ami OIKS, TWIST DltlLI.S,
PAINTS and OILS, DKUSHKS, GLASS,
AS11KSTOS HAIK FHl.T and VKI.T MIXTUKK.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
SEWING TataST MACHINES
and Klllciency surpassed
I iv none.
Sf It is not possible to list everything we have. If there is
anything jou want, come and uk for it, you will he politely
treated, o trouble to show goods.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fisbbroiid. Oil Clothing
- FOll SALE 11Y
DAVIES & CO.
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to givo our readers
the boucfit of his oxporienco with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cohl early lust Bpring that sottlod on
my lunge, and had hardly recovered
from it whou I caught another that
hung on all suiuiiier and left mo
with n hacking cough which 1
thoiiL'ht 1 would never got rid of. 1
had used Chainburlain's Cough Rem
edy some fourteen years ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it again. When 1 had got through
with ono bottle my cough had loft
mo, and I have not HulTorod with a
cough or cold since. I hnvo recom
mended it U others, and nil speak
well of it." &0 coat bottles for sale
by all dealers. Uoiihon, Smith & Co.,
Agouta for tho Hawaiian lsluuds.
FORT STREET !
IB. IE EHILIEnES &c CO.
S3 ir'OR.T STK,IQE3T.
AFTElt TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains iu White, Cream aud Colored !
At half the former cost.
"Velvet & Sm.3rma IR.-u.gs
In all sizes- greatly reduced.
Wooleii Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
l&- In fact we oiler Immense Bargains iu all Departments
C5T Dressmaking Under tho Managoiuont of MISS K. CLARK. &3
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Store To Let !
Fixtures For Sale !
gM Inquire of
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
(UUlin Cor. Fort it Hotel sts.
1 AWN MOWEUS TO LET IIY THE
,l.j day, week or month' Itopairing,
('leaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces fumbluM when reiiilred. Miu-IiIuck
called for and returned. Alo, Itep.iiring
(larden Hose -In fact, can do anything
nc('cxary around the lioiihu or ulahlc.
iting up Mutual Telephnne l.V.',
6Sl.ll' N. F. lllHttir.h.S.
rpiHJ WEEKLY HULLETIN-il VAH
X uuinsof liiUiresllug Heading Mutter.
Inland,! 4 mailed to fordnu countries, 5,
Loading Journals In tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Undent Circulation on the Mauds
aud is the Hot Medium for
Mil. Tuns, K. Natii t.MKI. will leeelveall
iidvurti.-einenlB and transact all buoluesr
W OmiT.i " llrenlg JMock," corner
Nuuauu and Ihucn street (upstairs).
Can be found, as usual, ut hU resldonco.
I A In ken slrcet, next to IlrltjHh Club, or by
message at U. E. Williams' utoro, Fo'rt
tST- All work cimrantocd and visited n
Mtcund time, Proiuiit utteiitlou to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Muiu, the celebrated violinist. OUMiu
I LAN I WAI"
IV ItuHirt at Waikil.1.
FAMILY HATH I. Nil
imuiiytiuiuiit can U
l'iuiiiw ami Eviulng
Fov Local N"ews
Fitly prosuntcd !'JS